Re: Network printer.
Thanks for responding.
My printers are HP Deskjet 3845 and HP psc2175xi. Once printed, if one were
to hold the paper up to a light with the printed side toward the light, away
from you, one could then read what was printed.
"Bob Headrick" wrote:
> "dave" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > I have a home network on XP with two desktop computers, each with their
> > own
> > printer... both HP's. I now have a new notebook with Vista. When I try
> > to
> > print to either of the printers ... the page is printed backwards. HP
> > says
> > they can fix it ... for a service charge. Me thinks MS should be
> > responsible
> > since this is a Vista problem. Regardless, I need my new Vista computer
> > to
> > print. Any help?
> What model are the printers? When you say the page is printed backwards do
> you mean it is a mirror image? Or that the back side of a duplexed print is
> upside down?
> Bob Headrick, MS MVP Printing/Imaging